American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A storm with high winds or violent gusts but little or no rain.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See storm.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A storm characterized by high wind with little or no rain.
- n. a storm consisting of violent winds
“A county spokesman calls the windstorm "probably the worst" in more than a decade”
“L.A. County spokesman calls the windstorm "probably the worst" in over a decade”
“Consumer watchdog group Texas Watch called the windstorm group's response "unconscionable.”
“None of the lawsuits offer details about specific damage or how much more money the churches want from the association, also known as the windstorm pool.”
“Such a change in the law would strip about 40,000 vacation and second homes of coverage through the association, also known as the windstorm pool, opponents say.”
“The association, also known as the windstorm pool, doesn't cover storm surge.”
“Getty Images Many of the Democrats were first elected in a far different climate four years ago, when then-President George W. Bush was losing favor and an anti-GOP windstorm swept Democrats into office.”
“I am paying almost $5k/year to Citizens for just windstorm.”
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